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Shopping For Diwali? Here Are All The Styles You Can Try!

Festive Mood-board!

Diwali is soon approaching and that means we have another reason to shop. While the festive calls for ethnic and traditional we’ve rounded up few chic contemporary looks that are just as festive. Scroll through for some star-inspired looks you can add to cart this month.

Saree but make it easy!

It’s all about the drape. Ready made saree is not new but what is, is alternating the drape with palazzos, skirts to even jeans. If you love the elegance of saree but not the comfort of it, this is the best way to wrap up the isuue! Take cues from Genelia on draping dupatta on palazoo. Pair it with temple jewellery or heavy oxidised accessories to elevate the ethnic look.

For the love of Salwar 

Choose Salwar Set that come with straight cut ankle pants. You can keep the top and pant simple while going for a heavily worked dupatta that adds to the festive grandeur.  Tamannaah’s Angarkha Salwar suit is a perfect way to add shape into your festive outfit. The overlapping detail and mid-riff tie up offers the perfect flow.

You can even buy separates, but make sure to match the colour.  You can go for a blazer or a jacket instead of a dupatta like Kajal Aggarwal.

Go print crazy:

If you are looking for the perfect print and pattern edition to your wardrobe we’ve got just the right trend for you. Call it paisley, indie , ethnic motifs or whatever, fashion’s love for Indian prints is eternal. So no matter what you’re shopping for be it skirts, frocks, blouse or tops, go for filled micro prints.

Are you a fan of formal?

Take cues from Samantha on how to carry your pantsuit from Friday business meet to festive celebration. If you are going to wear fitted pants, then you should keep your blouse flowy. If you have more loose-fitted pants you can try on slim-fit top.

Two’s a trend: 

For a dressier evening of celebration you can opt for a Lehenga style salwar suit. There are two ways to this outfit. You can wear a long kurta atop your lehenga skirt or go for a one piece flowy salwar gown with dupatta.

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